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Feast on your bookie with these best bets for NFL Thanksgiving Thursday


If you’re betting on the NFL odds Thanksgiving Day, here are some nfl betting lines to consider.

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Thanksgiving Thursday is one of the biggest betting days of the year with three marquee matchups on the NFL odds board.

If you’re betting on the NFL odds for this trio of Thanksgiving Day games, here are some nfl betting lines to consider.

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions (+1, 38.5)
NFC North rivals get the ball rolling on Turkey Day, with the Lions pegged as slight home underdogs versus the Bears. Detroit is coming off a bad loss to Washington in Week 12 and is still without star quarterback Matthew Stafford. The Lions defense is still missing some key contributors and the short week won’t help those guys heal up in time.

The Bears edged the Giants for a much-needed win this past Sunday, with their defense once again doing the heavy lifting. Chicago has limited four of their last five opponents to 17 points or less and knocked off Detroit with a 20-13 win at home in Week 10. That lack of offensive punch and stingy stop unit has Chicago cashing in for Under bettors in five straight games.

Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys (-7, 44.5)
Dallas doesn’t have much time to hold its head after a tough loss in New England this past Sunday. The Cowboys offense couldn’t get untracked against the Patriots defense and faces another strong AFC East defense in Buffalo. Dallas does, however, average 30.2 points per game at home on the season – third most in the NFL – and won’t battle the elements inside AT&T Stadium like it did in Foxborough.

The Bills have won two in a row and three of their last four to keep those postseason hopes alive. Buffalo beat up on Denver at home in Week 12, taking advantage of backup quarterback Brandon Allen. In fact, the Bills have feasted on weak QB play all season with two wins over Miami, a victory over Washington, and wins against Tennessee, Cincinnati, and both New York team. The Bills face a very capable quarterback in Dak Prescott Thursday.

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons (+6.5, 50)
Revenge is on the Thanksgiving Day menu when these NFC South rivals clash in the late game. The Falcons stunned the Saints with a 26-9 upset win back in Week 10, fueled by a pass rush that sacked New Orleans quarterback seven times. The Saints have since knocked off fellow divisional foes Tampa Bay and Carolina, with 34 points in each of those wins.

Atlanta fell back to earth in Week 12 after two impressive wins over the Saints and Panthers. The Falcons were flattened 35-22 by Tampa Bay on Sunday, looking for like the team that struggled to a 1-7 SU record before the bye week. Atlanta could be missing some key weapons on offense, with receiver Julio Jones, running back Devonta Freeman, and tight end Austin Hooper are questionable on this short week.

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